The EWF Appoints Two Zealous Millennials to Their Board of Advisors
Thursday, October 4, 2018
Posted by: Melissa Rojas
FLEMINGTON, N.J. (PRWEB) OCTOBER 04, 2018 - The Executive Women’s Forum on Information Security, Risk Management, and Privacy (EWF) announced today Karolyn Maloney, Senior Director of the IT Hygiene Program and Identity & Access Management at Aetna and Ariel Saldin Weintraub, Director of Data & Access Security, Cybersecurity Operations at TIAA, have been appointed to the EWF’s Board of Advisors. The EWF Board of Advisors is a network of highly influential female thought leaders from the Information Security, Risk Management, and Privacy industry.
Karolyn Maloney and Ariel Saldin Weintraub are currently the youngest members serving on the EWF Board of Advisors. The EWF is committed to developing, advancing and listening to our millennial members, the next generation of leaders. Karolyn Maloney and Ariel Saldin Weintraub also serve as advisors in the EWF Rising Leaders Forum, a group designed to create advocacy, initiatives and touchpoints in support of our millennials’ development and advancement throughout their careers.
"The EWF is thrilled to have Karolyn and Ariel join our Board of Advisors," said Joyce Brocaglia, EWF Founder and CEO of Alta Associates. "We value their insights and their unique perspectives both to our Board of Advisors and our Rising Leaders Forum. They represent the future of the EWF and will add great value to our organization.”
“I am so excited to be appointed as a member of the EWF Board of Advisors and to have the opportunity to work closely with this group of amazing women leaders,” said Karolyn Maloney. “I look forward to giving back to the EWF community in this new role.”
“I’ve been a huge advocate of what the EWF has to offer ever since I first joined 7 years ago,” said Ariel Saldin Weintraub. ”I am passionate about the advancement of women and excited to be part of shaping the future and direction.”
Karolyn Maloney joined Aetna in 2008. She is currently the Senior Director of the IT Hygiene Program and Identity & Access Management. In her role, Karolyn is responsible for defining requirements for managing IT assets and how they are configured to improve the resiliency of assets and reduce vulnerabilities. Additionally, she leads the Identity & Access Management team in defining the strategy and implementation of IAM solutions, with a focus on user behavior analytics and automation. Karolyn is passionate about growing future leaders and manages the early in career talent pipeline for the Global Security organization. She also mentors several individuals within the organization.
Ariel Saldin is the Director of Data & Access Security within Cybersecurity Operations at TIAA where she is responsible for the Data Protection and Identity & Access Management programs. In this role, Ariel leads a three-year business transformation program to position Identity & Access Lifecycle Management as a Digital Business Enabler. Through this effort, Ariel oversees multiple Security Operations teams and partners with Security Engineering to increase automation and minimize risk. Ariel first joined TIAA in 2015 as a Senior Manager within IT Risk & Information Security. In that role, she managed the Treatment & Vulnerability Remediation teams under Cyber Risk.
For Karolyn and Ariel’s full bio and to learn about the EWF’s Board of Advisors click HERE.
About the Executive Women’s Forum on Information Security, Risk Management & Privacy:
Founded in 2002, the Executive Women’s Forum on Information Security, Risk Management & Privacy (EWF) is the largest member organization serving women leaders as well as the most prominent and influential women in Information Security, Cybersecurity, IT Risk Management, Governance Risk & Compliance and Privacy. The EWF’s mission is to advance women in our field through leadership development, education and the creation of trusted relationships. The EWF achieves this goal by facilitating programs and events throughout the year including a National Conference, regional meetings, leadership development programs and interaction with global thought leaders through an online community. For more information visit, http://www.ewf-usa.com.
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